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Budget 2017: Massive spike in online search follows buyers' boost

Housing website Daft.ie records 130 per cent surge in traffic

13th October, 2016
Surge in home searches Pic: Pixabay

That's according to property website Daft.ie which recorded a 130 per cent increase in traffic.

- A 50 per cent increase in the overall housing budget to €1.2 billion next year

- A new first time buyers scheme that will give people five per cent of the purchase price up to €20,000

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